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Millbrook Outdoor Resort
If being in the outdoors and savoring the quiet that Mother Nature affords is what you’re looking for, Millbrook Outdoor Resort is the place to visit. Imagine yourself enjoying the many recreational facilities at the resort, going for a walk along the nature trails, or going for a short drive to visit the many area tourist attractions.
An interesting afternoon’s outing might include a visit to the shores of Lake Erie to the north. While in that area, be sure to visit the Conneaut Historical Railroad Museum housed in the old New York Central Station, displaying railroad cars and an old steam engine from the railroad steam era.
To the south is Shandy Hall at Unionville, built in 1815 and believed to be the oldest house in the Western Reserve. The 17-room hall includes the original cellar kitchen and formal parlor complete with American Empire furniture. Another stop might be the Indian Museum of Lake County at Painesville. The history of the Hopewell and Adena Indian cultures, as well as artifacts of other North American tribes, are on display.
At Kirtland, you can walk along the trails through the 3,100-acre natural woodlands of the Holden Arboretum. Horticultural displays, gardens, and an abundance of trees and wildflowers can be seen. The family will be sure to enjoy Pioneer Waterland Wet and Dry Adventure Park at Chardon. This 75-acre scenic adventure park features waterslides, lazy inner-tube rides, a play area for young children, mini go-carts, golf and batting cages, and a 3/4 mile Grand Prix track.
Amenities: Clubhouse, equipped pavilion, indoor swimming pool, sauna, exercise room, shuffleboard, playground, picnic area, horseshoes, basketball, volleyball, miniature golf, arcade game room, fishing (no license required), beach area, dock, rowboat rental, and hiking trails. Dump station.
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4051 State Route 46 South
OPEN: April 15 through October 15